For more than 40 years, the ICC Institute of World Business Law has been enhancing ties between the academic world and practising lawyers.
Launched in 2007, the Institute created the Institute Prize as a means to encourage focused research on legal issues affecting international business. Contributing to the understanding and progress of international commercial law around the world, the Institute Prize recognises legal writing excellence.
The Institute Prize is open to anyone 40 years of age or under as of deadline date who submits a doctoral dissertation or long essay (minimum of 150 pages) drafted in French or English on the subject of international commercial law, including arbitration.
Rules and deadlines concerning the next Prize edition in 2023 are finally out. The works submitted for the Prize should be sent to the Secretariat of the Institute at the contact address indicated below: email@example.com by 3 April 2023 at the latest.
It goes without saying that CoL is proud that one of its former editors, Brooke Marshall, was named laureate of the 2021 ICC Institute of World Business Law Prize for her thesis on ‘Asymmetric Jurisdiction Clauses’. And the round before, it was our current editor Tobias Lutzi who won the Prize for his thesis on ‘Regulating the Internet through Private International Law’. We keep our fingers crossed that perhaps again someone from the global CoL community will be successful.